YMMV / Tales for All

  • Cult Classic: Many of the earlier films, among French-Quebecers.
  • Fridge Horror: When Ralph made the trip in a stamp from China to Australia, he *really* needed to go to the bathroom. Now imagine Charles Merriweathe who's been trapped in the Bluenose stamp for 65 years.
    • While inside a stamp, you're still bounded to normal physics meaning you can get burned, ripped to shreds, thrown in the garbage or being stuck inside a stamp collection forever.
  • Memetic Mutation: "La guerre, la guerre, c'est pas une raison pour se faire du mal!" ("War, war, that's no reason to hurt one another!"), a line from The Dog Who Stopped the War, was used as a rallying cry of the Anti-War movement in Quebec twenty years later.
  • Retroactive Recognition: A young CÚline Dion sings the two main themes of The Peanut Butter Solution.
  • Sequelitis: Largely averted, as the series is mostly made up of entirely different stories with entirely different casts. Played straight with The Hidden Fortress (sequel to The Dog Who Stopped the War), and The Return of Tommy Tricker (sequel to Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller).
  • Special Effect Failure: A common complaint about The Great Land of Small. The Land of Small is suppose to be a mystical, magical land and yet, it look more like a typical show from the Cirque du Soleil.
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: The whole premise of Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller. With an incantation, you'll shrink down and magically embed yourself in a postage stamp. You'll only be released if the letter get mailed and the recipient opens the letter. Adding a cruel magic rule: the letter can only be mailed by a stranger, it can't be done by a friend or a family member.